Tag Archives: Additive Manufacturing

STRATASYS – FDM Holes Without Support

by Mark Bashor

In this blog, we will highlight the capability of Stratasys FDM systems to build horizontal hole features without support and illustrate the benefits of using this approach.

Do You Print in Metal?

by Tyler Reid

Desktop Metal

GoEngineer is proudly partnering with Desktop Metal to offer their full lineup of machines. Learn more and be sure to pre-order yours today.

How Additive Manufacturing Helps Achieve Topology Optimization And Why You Might Care

by Arvind Krishnan

End-use parts are now being produced with 3D printing technologies that are often lighter and stronger than their counterparts produced with traditional manufacturing processes. Because you can create designs with greatly reduced mass using additive manufacturing, SOLIDWORKS Simulation and Stratasys 3D printers become a natural match, enabling you to create designs that will keep you ahead of the competition.

Valentine’s Day and Stratasys 3D Printing: A Love Story

by Jeff Jordan

Valentine’s Day dates back almost two millennia, whereas 3D printing is the hottest of ‘hot new things’, and has really only come to the public consciousness in the last decade. How well could these two very different things from very different times come together? Amazingly well, when you have Stratasys 3D printers and a little ingenuity. Read all about how Valentine’s Day gifts can be unique and customized using Stratasys 3D Printing.